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Physical Therapy

Athletic Training Vs. Physical Therapy

While athletic trainers and physical therapists both work with people who have suffered sports injuries, the similarities between ...
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Physiotherapeutic Exercises for Cerebellar Ataxia

Cerebellar ataxia affects the nervous system by decreasing balance and coordination most typically in the trunk, arms and legs. T...
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Exercises for a Person With Avascular Necrosis

Avascular necrosis, or osteonecrosis, is a condition in which your bone tissue dies due to a lack of sufficient blood supply. This...
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Physical Therapy Exercises After Hand Surgery

Strengthening your hand and restoring your range of motion is an important part of rehabilitation after hand surgery. By performin...
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Types of Physical Therapy for Morton's Neuroma

Morton's neuroma is a painful condition that affects your feet. It is usually caused by sports activities that involve running...
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BIG & LOUD Physical Therapy Programs for Parkinson's

The American Parkinson Disease Association (APDA) reports that 89 percent of patients suffering from Parkinson's disease have ...
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Physical Therapy Exercises for an Arthritic Kneecap

Patellofemoral arthritis is the term used to describe arthritis that affects your kneecap. The patella is the small bone, also kno...
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Chiropractor vs. Physical Therapy: Effective for the Back

Chiropractic sessions and physical therapy are two different ways you can treat back pain, but they essentially have the same end ...
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Physical Therapy for a 5th Metacarpal Fracture

A fracture of the 5th metacarpal bone usually occurs from hitting a hard object with a closed fist, according to the 5th Metacarpa...
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Elbow Rehab for a Brachioradialis Strain

The brachioradialis, which spans the length of your forearm -- from just above the outside of your elbow to the thumb side of your...
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